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Aegopodium podagraria Variegated Bishop’s Weed
It ranks among the fast-growing ground covers and has the ability to upgrade underused spaces. Known for its white-tinged, blue-green foliage, Variegated Bishop’s Weed garners plenty of attention when filling out full- to partial-shade areas of any landscape. During the hot summer months, this vigorous low-growing perennial delivers lovely white flowers that resemble those of Queen Anne’s Lace.
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Adenophora liliifolia Ladybells
Adenophora liliifolia is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.5 m (1ft 8in) by 0.5 m (1ft 8in) at a medium rate. It is in flower in August, and the seeds ripen in September. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects
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Aquilegia canadensis Columbine
The intricate red and yellow bell-like flowers of Wild Columbine attract a variety of pollinators. The deep nectaries are perfectly shaped for hummingbirds and long-tongued insects.
Easily grown in average well-drained soil in full sun to shade, it will tolerate a wide range of soils, as long as drainage is good. Soil that is too rich encourages weak stems and shorter lifespans, while thin, sandy soils will produce a tight, compact plant that can live for many years.
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Aquilegia vulgaris Columbine
It grows to 1 1/2 to 3 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide in USDA zones 3 to 8. This variety produces short-spurs are granny’s bonnet cultivars that produce double-form flowers in pink. With bicolor flowers. Granny’s bonnet columbine varieties have medium green, tri-lobed leaves that are more finely cut than other columbine varieties, giving them a more delicate, fern-like appearance. Full sun or partial shade exposure is fine for these varieties. They are not particular about soil type as long as it drains quickly. Granny’s bonnet varieties are tolerant of deer and rabbits.
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Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata Columbine
Form: Perennial Hardiness Zone:3-9 Flowering Time: Late spring to midsummer
Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Flower Color: Deep violet purple, almost blue.
Flower Form: 1-1.25" fully double blooms
Foliage Type: Gray green, distinctly lobed and very attractive.
Height/Habit: 24 - 30 inches Spread: 18 - 24 inches
Planting Instructions: Top of plant should be just below the soil and 18-24" apart
Soil Requirements: Well drained, average to moist
Will Tolerate: Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Pruning: Remove spent flower stems
'Blue Barlow' Seeds
Catalpa Species
Catalpa bignonioides
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Celastrus scandens American Bittersweet Vine
Gorgeous Twining Vine with Decorative Fruit has clusters of petite, green-tinted blossoms appear sprinkled throughout this decorative vine in spring.
Orange-yellow capsules appear in summer, opening to reveal scarlet berry-like seeds that persist into winter. Even the fall foliage of Bittersweet is colorful, its lively yellow leaves brightening up the autumn landscape.
You'll love using this in seasonal wreaths for your front door, but you'll have to fight the birds for the pretty berries. Use a twining spray or two in other fall color cut flower bouquets.
Plant this as the perfect "Spiller" in container gardens. It looks fabulous all season long, and can be kept in the pot for wintertime interest.
This fast-growing vine is the perfect way to dress up a drab area of your late-season yard. From its delightful twining nature and spring color to its fall display and brilliant red berries, American Bittersweet is sure to brighten your landscape this year.
Fall Color, Winter Interest, Floral Arrangements, Wildlife Interest
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Clematis
Clematis
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Squash
Cucurbita moschata
'Honeynut' Seeds Image
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Cucurbita
Cucurbita pepo
'Vegetable Spaghetti' Seeds
Dianthus
Dianthus chinensis
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DIANTHUS HYBRIDS Dianthus
Zones: 3-9, differs by variety
Native region: Dianthus are native to Europe and Asia.
Types of dianthus hybrid:
Most are perennial, though some are biennial or annual. Perennial forms—also called pinks—are evergreen or semi-evergreen. The common name is derived from the frilly edges of the petals, which look like they were cut with pinking shears. are short-lived perennial
Height/Spread: 4 to 36 inches tall, 4 to 24 inches wide
Exposure:
Dianthus bloom best with at least six hours of full sun, but can tolerate partial shade.
Bloom time: Spring to early summer; some rebloom intermittently
or continuously through summer and fall.
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Coneflower
Echinacea
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Euonymus
Euonymus fortunei

Climbing up a tree there are roots on the back of vine. Would like to get it off & make a bush again!
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Euonymus americanus
Hearts a Bustin' is a low maintenance deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and southern states. Its common name derives from the showy warty capsules that split open to dangle red-orange seeds in the fall. Spring flowers are small and non-showy but fall leaf color is a showy red. It has a Tree upright growth pattern.
Height: 4 ft. 0 in. - 6 ft. 0 in.
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 6b, 6a, 7b, 7a, 8b, 8a, 9b, 9a
Deep shade (Less than 2 hours to no direct sunlight)
Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day)
Partial Shade (Direct sunlight only part of the day, 2-6 hours)
Fire Risk Rating: low flammability
Wildlife Value: Foliage and twigs are readily eaten by white-tailed deer.
Seeds are eaten by songbirds, wild turkeys and small mammals.
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Eupatorium coelestinum, (syn. Conoclinium coelestinum) hardy ageratum
Fuzzy blue flowers atop attractive red stems, in September and October, make great cut flowers. This plant can be aggressive in Southern gardens. Found in old fields, meadows, and along stream banks. Naturalizes readily.
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Gazania
Gazania rigens
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Hemerocallis Daylily
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Hibiscus moscheutos Hardy Hibiscus
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Hibiscus moscheutos Hardy Hibiscus
Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow, Swamp Mallow
Type: Perennials
Height: 4-6 ft. (1.2-1.8 m)
Conditions: Zone 5-9, Sun to Partial Shade
''Disco Belle White' ' Seeds
Hyacinthoides Species
Hyacinthoides non-scripta
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Juniperus Species
Juniperus virginiana
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Deadnettle
Lamium galeobdolon

Yellow Flowering
'Variegatum' Plants
Liatris
Liatris spicata
'Kobold' Seeds
Linaria Species
Linaria vulgaris
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Malva
Malva moschata
'Rosea' Seeds
Parthenocissus Species
Parthenocissus quinquefolia
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Physalis alkekengi Chinese Lanterns
Unique variety produces fiery orange fruit resembling the tissue paper globes known as Chinese Lanterns. Hardy and easy to grow, this variety adds an attractive spot of color for borders and bouquets or dried arrangements. The inconsequential flowers in spring are white, but the fruit that follows is highly ornamental. As an aggressive grower, be sure to plant where it has room to spread.
Zone:3-9 Height: 18 - 24 inches Bloom Time: Mid Summer
Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
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Rudbeckia
Rudbeckia hirta
'Moreno' Seeds
Tanacetum
Tanacetum parthenium
'Flore Pleno' Seeds
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